On the anniversary of the beloved holiday classic, we look back at some of The Times’s coverage of the book and its author, Charles Dickens.
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Rosemary Ashton’s “One Hot Summer” recounts a pivotal year in Victorian history.
This six-actor adaptation of the Dickens classic, by Matt Opatrny and performed by the troupe Blessed Unrest, brings humanizing touches to the story.
The director Ladislas Chollat and the producer Alexandre Piot have drawn inspiration from Broadway for their version of the Dickens tale, now playing in Paris.